Bas-Knorr Family Education Graduate Fellowship at The University of Minnesota, USA 2012-2013

Masters or PhD Scholarship in the field of Arts or Philosophy ( currilulum and instruction) funded by Dr. Knorr at The University of Minnesota in USA , 2012-2013

Study Subject(s):Arts or Philosophy in currilulum and instruction
Course Level: Masters (M.A.) or PhD
Scholarship Provider: Dr. Knorr
Scholarship can be taken at: USA

Eligibility:
All individuals admissible to an M.A. or Ph.D. degree program with an emphasis in Family Education who are applying, or who plan to apply, for admission Summer or Fall of 2012 are eligible to apply. Consideration in the selection process will be given to academic achievement, leadership potential, professional goals, and experiences related to family education.

This graduate fellowship is due to the commitment and generosity of Dr. Amy Jean Holmblade Knorr, whose gift to the University of Minnesota for fellowships for Family Education graduate students provides this fellowship. Dr. Knorr established this fellowship in 1997 in appreciation of her University experiences and her belief in the importance of the field of Family Education. She values the stimulation that teachers, colleagues and students provided to make her Minnesota years significant in her professional and personal development. In establishing this fellowship, Dr. Knorr also wanted to pay tribute to those who meant a great deal to her in her work at the University of Minnesota, both as a graduate student herself, and later in her role on the faculty, and throughout her career.

How to Apply: Post

Scholarship Application Deadline: December 1, 2011

Details Scholarship Information and Application

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